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An Anna Weber of Karlsruhe, Germany embroidered pink muslin dress, the bodice and hem edges with soutache braid and French knots, floss silk edges and faux Alençon lace, satin waist sash. Circa 1910-11. Kerry Taylor Auctions.

Christina In Red: Rare 1913 Color Photos Show How People Lived 100 Years Ago | Bored Panda

Christina In Red: Rare 1913 Color Photos Show How People Lived 100 Years Ago

Shoes, ca 1918 Paris, LACMA

Old Rags - Shoes, ca 1918 Paris, LACMA

1910s dress,

Retro Rack: Spring 2012 Fashion Trends #5 ~ Romantic

C.1914 evening dress by Lucile (Lady Duff Gordon, of Titanic fame). One of my fave designers of the era.

John Keller and Anna Barthel, 1912 Wedding

John & Anna (Barthel) Keller, 1912 family photo -


Evening dress, 1910’s From the collection of Alexandre Vassiliev via Fashion Blog

vintage Edwardian cashmere cape! - 1912

Jacques Doucet 1910 dress at the Bunka Gakuen Museum

Evening Dress Simcox 1912 American Medium: silk, metal, rhinestones

Evening Dress #1910 #1911 #1912 #1913 #1914 #1900s #French #VBT

WHITE LACE TEA GOWN, c. 1910 1-piece cotton lawn w/ embroidery, filet lace, Val lace & Irish crochet.

Jacques Doucet, 1911

Evening Coat 1914


Lanvin Hat and Gown for the Races - April 1912 - by Jeanne Lanvin - Photo by Talbot - Les Modes - @~ Mlle

Evening Coat Jean-Charles Worth 1910-1920 MFA

Fashions From History

Evening Dress: ca. 1910-1914, silk, tulle, lace, sequins and bugle beads.

LSH | Klänning, Klänning, Långklänning


White Lace Tea Gown, C. 1910, Augusta Auctions, MAY 13th & 14th, 2014, Lot 125

1910 American dress of ivory wool trimmed with Irish lace, brown velvet, and fur.

evening wrap | 1912-14

Evening wrap | British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Edwardian evening gown, 1912-14.

The harem style was made world famous in 1911 by Paul Poiret – but there can be no denying that he took inspiration from the costume designer of the Ballet Russes Scheherazade.

  • Lisha Michel
    Lisha Michel

    I would like one please.